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   Greenville Delta Democrat Times (Newspaper) - August 22, 1939, Greenville, Mississippi                             1' There's Plenty of RESULTS In The Democrat WANT-ADS TItfi Delta Democrat-Times Weather Forecast Missisippi: Generally fair warmer in north portion tonight, Wednesday cloudy to partly cloudy. VOLUME 43 GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI TUESDAY AUGUST 22, 1939 NUMBER 298 WORLD STUN Nazi Shadow Over World 6 Convicts Sought Here Are Caught Young Escapers Terrorize Five Lamont Citizens Arrested At Arkansas City After Slugging Guarcb Taking Arms And Car Five of the six convicts who overpowered ;i rnrchnmn penal farm latt: yesterday iintl escaped, were reported this afternoon to Imvu been near Ar- kansas City. Earlier today they were SOUK lit (Jreell- ville, after one liud been re- ported seen en Nelson street. Kern cant Hilton, Sergeant .'.Jlakeley and bookkeeper Stratton were enroute, to Ar- kansas City this afternoon untl will briii K the e.seapers buck to (lie Greenville police sta- tion returning them to I'arelnnun. According to report a man who ferried the convicts across tin: river notified Piirrhrmin "utlioritics and the arrest of the quintet followed. Two trusty guards wlio brmiKlit bliMnlhuiititlit here from rurchniiin were at tins polirr station (his afternoon uwaiting the return of the five eseapers in custody of the KU arils. BRIBERY CHARGE AGAINST SHUSHAN, AND THREE OTHERS Four Already Indicted For Fraud and Facing Con- tempt of Court A city-wide search way in Greenville today .for six armed youthful convicts who ov- I NKW ORLEANS. AUK. '1'i charged today I state cum I aKainsl Abe L. Shu- shiin, Robert .1. Newman an'1 Marvin Trent Harris, indicated yesterday by the ledcral unur jury here on mail fraud charts They were to today t. answer In a contempt of coui t rule for failure tn lurnish records. ill ;i bond relundinti of the Orleans Levee Hoard. The affidavits tvero filed by As-! si.stant District Attorney Alber' jr.. in criminal court just before ;i Unce-judKe court v.-a! j under 'to assemble to hear tlie conterni-' proceedings. Two ulm.r  of Carroll i i-M'iirts to rob an hour and ten Mullen olficers he other. Tu1 Mnlli'ii. were by Ihe burglar in tin Mullen hi'cd once with a ;u .'id rule arid Ihe intruder ran the rc-ar door. A! 1: Hi a an hour and ten ne. a burglar was, 1 by Can oil Mullen, Mullen aril MiMienne run nd an exam- e punched ill nl iloor. and Nvlsnii may have! Mr. Weath while the Micbton. He id i biu- and Kdgar -ilte. International-At-A-Glance Russia and Germany to conclude non- aggression pact; Gorman Foreign Minister due tnmornr.v for negotiations; British, French mission negotiations for tri-power mutual assistance pact seek instructions. call Russian-German decision a master stroke by Adolf Hitler; Germany's position against i Poland in dispute seen Iremendously strenglhcn- ed; military preparations on Polish border continue. j stunned by Russian-German move in midst of British-French mutual assistance negotiations with Russia and crisis over dispute; Cabinet Min- I isters jjather to review tin? situation; emergency session of i Parliament forecast. Alt IS French say British-French negotiations in Mos- 1 cow will continue; Cabinet meeting called to survey sit- I nation and put finishing touches on new military i weigh effect of Nazi-Communist ac-; l tinn. says Kree City "approaches its end.'1 Ministers of seven small powers I gather for conference tomorrow: possibly seen of broad peace plea. officials silent on Naxi-l .Communist action pending observation of its effect on' crisis. I j quarters expect Mussolini to move .quickly for share of benefits foreseen under Russian-Ger-j man pact. I ROM reliably reported to include three mai.t points pledge to abstain from aggression against eac'i; 'other; an under Ink ing for one lo remain neutral if thu other should be attacked by a third party; and a provision j for denunciation in case either commits an act of aggrcs- ;sinn; diplomatic quarters expect Mussolini to move quick-' ly for share of benefits foreseen under pact. reserved as effect of action is weighed, but responsible sources assert new vclopment "has brought absolutely im change in Polish policy." j of new attempts to won i (By The Associated Press) Soviet Russia and Nazi Ger- .nany startled Europe today a clc'L'ision to conclude n ion-aggression pact al a time .vhen two other nations, Bri- lain and France, were seeking :t mutual assistance accord with Russia. In a Europe already the issue of the Free City )f Danzig the suddenness of development threw slates- into confusion. Germany's Foreign Minis- Ler, Joachim Von Ribbentrop, will arrive in Moscow tomor- -ow for which were announced last mid- night in the homes of rival .cleolcgics. So lar as Hussi.. and Gernumy were concerned, the development came after some four years of Urowinu friction which succeeded Hitler's renewal on May 5, 1333, of a treaty of friendship for a period of seven years. Jt came also sharply on the heels of a Kus.sian-German trmlc pact to reverse the trend of de- creasing commerce between the two nations. Vast Qni'stlliu Kliirk So far as the world was con- cerned, the ac- tion etched a vast question mark in every chancellery. H came with stunning surprise to Britain and France whose dip- lomats have been eiiKaKed foi four months in an alloinpt to no- (Cuntinncd On Pase Delta Council Industry Croup Personnel Named STONEVILLK, Miss., Ann. 22. Committee personnel of Delta Council for JD.'tlMO was announced tudnv by Col Alexan- der Fitr-HuRh uf chair- man. Members include H. C. Slo- vall, Columbus W. F. Ouineo, Greenville: Joe I.. Virden. Green- ville; W. T. McCehee, Greenville.; C'. G. Smith. Clarksdale- Slates friendship seen in wake of German-Russian action by Japan, Germany's anti-cominlern partner. SHANGHAI-- Japanese reported considering "isolation" nf international settlement because of British-Chinese shooting incident Saturday. rise in Tientsin's greatest flood dU- iliiif; iinrt I'ish- Hay.s, Greenville. Functions of the industrial sec- tion of the Delia Ccuneil lie in the furtherance of the industrial de- yelopmenl and expansion program in line with agricultural produc- tion. Important Delta industries are crushing of cotton seed, lum- ber and woodworking, banking and merchandising. Unfavorable market develop- ments, increased competition from nilt; and fats and increased costs arising from taxes and labor, the oil mil! industry has lo some ex- lent experienced difficult times. Similar trends have been noted m JACKSON. Miss.. AUK. (Al') i money in this country." other Mississippi industries, and final week of Mississippi's Conner pledged himself to work it 's the hope of Delta Council jjuhcniaiorial campaign opened lo- with olher having a retail that some feasible plan Conner, Johnson Waxing will be 200 feet in length with screening to prevent fish Ironi entering the lake from near- by Siecle's I Jay on and Washing- In Final Talks I Mississippi Levee will prepare the plans and specif icaiion.s immediately and bid> v. ill be opened tor the twelve days. A number of year.-; aun Lake .1 .-.hallow stream and an earthen dam constructed U-vH of ihe water five in- day with the two candidates tax to Paul .Johnson and Mike I enabling It'Kislatii coniHT waxing warm in iheir' provide for collecting the tax on (interstate shipments. "I have- advocated federal leg- islation which would enable the state lo collect the sales tax from will be worked out for the bene- tit of the general t'fonuniy of this :it B, luniu-r C'nnnnr will tn LITTLE ANNIE j dam will be constiuet- r.th section set aside Uiat thev i n t e n d e d reprisals and will be; jf highway. The presenl ;ind Hie other of playing Also tin- subject of bitter private property. Kslimaled cost of the perma- nenl clam will be approximately Ti m Bailey, who was troversy eliminated in the first allhoiiKli polling nttJXIO v oper of India noli i repeated primary chairman of the Game and Fish C'unmiMon. Mhei members arc i Hanks of Colum- riKnt of Cen'iie- IT IS. INDKKI) SPOKANK, (Al1) Al- Ferguson has IKK) chickens bul right now he's trying lo lo- te ju.il one. Thai one laid an inches first trip I long and inches ivide. five guns "That." Ferguson .said, "is some charges that he "flouble-cn Tom and Conner de- charges "as false." their references to their opposi- i tion. discusi-ed slate finances in their ye.sU-iday. I .Tuhnson empliast.i on h j pension plan, promising he "would find a way" to finance his work out his program. jobbers and wholesalers instead of collecting it on each retail he said. "This can be done on in- ters I ate shipment.- only with the help of Congress. "This f pi Jin) will reduce- the administration its relieie the retail annoyance and troublesome to the "Nobody need worry ahoul where we'll gel the he declared. "1 know where to get it. Yon know, I've worked for rich folks and I who's g'tt tin people." At Tupelo last night, Johnson j said the opposition was trying to scare stale employes into vi.ting' for .Mike Conner" when they as- serted "that if 1 am elected gover- nor, f will discharge Or. Mitchell (Dr. C. Mitchell, head of the i stali; insane hospital at Whit- 1 i "I wan I In say to you tonight." to Johnsnn coiuinucd, ..that tu: intention of removing him. "Dr. Mitchell has devoted his life to this work and he has made a wonderful success of it. Not- (C'ontinued On Page H) Hear Mike Conner At Courthouse Tonight At Eight Ask for details of our special changa-over plan.   

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